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American Marketing Association COO and CEO Jeremy Van Ek and Bennie F. Johnson (no image)
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  • "the benefits are good thats it(in 7 reviews)
  • "Amazing opportunity to meet other professionals.(in 3 reviews)
  • "No sales strategy and bad leadership creates high turnover in sales(in 7 reviews)
  • "CEO is abysmal but, somehow, the Board hasn’t fired him.(in 3 reviews)

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    1. 2.0
      5 Aug 2020
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee, more than 5 years
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Nice view of the lake.


      No money for computer upgrades. Management is absent. No real clear direction for company.


      We are grateful for anyone who takes time to offer meaningful feedback. Without more detail about your perspective, we can only offer our take on the experience we regularly measure and enjoy at the AMA: -We outfit our people with the computer equipment and technologies needed to offer them the flexibility in choosing how, where, and when they work, so much so that the transition to remote operations during COVID-19 has been seamless. In our most recent survey, 86% agree or strongly agree that they have the tools and resources needed to work productively. -We enjoy a collaborative, agile, and involved Executive and Leadership Teams, made up of leaders who are consummate stewards of a feedback culture and learning organization, meeting with their direct reports one-on-one weekly or more. In the same survey, 90% of our people agree or strongly agree that they feel supported by their manager. -An impressive 94% of our people continue to feed back that – even having worked 100% remotely for almost six months – that they feel more productive than ever. -Lastly, we have skillfully accelerated our future state work, rapidly adding value to our communities and providing more value for the money for our customers daily. Certainly, we aim to have happy alumni of the AMA and are disappointed to learn your experience was not more positive. We hope you’ve found a better fit, while we at the AMA continue to listen actively, keeping our hearts and minds open to ideas from our people in the evergreen interest of continuous improvement. Kelly Scullin Director, Human Resources

      1. 1.0
        3 Sept 2014
        Anonymous Employee
        Current Employee, more than 5 years
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Flexible work schedule, summer hours


        Staff is poorly trained, cliquish work atmosphere, no room for advancement, management is absent, staff is overworked.

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